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COVID Case Toll Passes 200M Globally

More than 200 million coronavirus cases have now been reported worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University data.

The grim milestone was reached Wednesday.

Three countries account for more than 40% of those cases — the United States with 35,292,721 cases, or 18% of total global cases, India with 31,769,132 cases (16%) and Brazil with 19,985,817 cases (10%), CNN reported, citing the Johns Hopkins data.

As of Thursday, 200,652,700 cases have been recorded globally, including 4.3 million related deaths, according to the Johns Hopkins tracker.

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